"I'll have days of private testing as well as free practice sessions," he told the French-language F1i.
"All I can say is it will be a good number of Fridays and the right number of test days. I'll let the team say more but I think it is a very good programme for me."
Pic, 24, admitted it was a challenge to put the Lotus programme together after being told his services were no longer required at Caterham.
"Their (Caterham's) decision was taken very late, and I still had a contract running for 2014. So it was difficult to bounce back from that," he said.
"So, yes, it was a surprise.
"On the other hand, I am very happy to have found this solution with Lotus. It was important to find a third driver role that allowed me to drive a lot, and this is the case with Lotus, a super team. I am very happy," he said.
Pic admitted however that his real ambition is to return to the grid in 2015.
"Of course," he said, "but I think we should do everything in its time. When we approach the end of the summer, that will be the time to start looking around for 2015."